Which north european country is colder finland the UK or Russia?
- KittycatLv 53 years ago
- xyzzyLv 73 years ago
Russia but not the European part the Asian part. The Siberian village of Oymyakon is a village which recorded a temperature of −67.7 °C (−89.9 °F) on 6 February 1933. Verkhoyansk, a town further north and further inland, recorded a temperature of −69.8 °C (−93.6 °F) for 3 consecutive nights: 5, 6 and 7 February 1933. Each town is alternately considered the Northern Hemisphere's Pole of Cold, meaning the coldest inhabited point in the Northern hemispher
- kswck2Lv 73 years ago
In Finland, they don't call it cold, they call it Weather and just deal with it.
- Anonymous3 years ago
For most of the time Finland is much colder of course but at times the UK can be colder.
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- ?Lv 73 years ago
Russia is large, so it both has the coldest places (deep into Siberia, far from the Gulf Stream that Murmansk gets) and the warmest (somewhere around the Black Sea I guess), amongst those three countries.
In Novosibirsk for instance the average temperature in a morning of January is -21°C.
- daniel gLv 73 years ago
Siberia is known for the coldest region of north east Europe.
- LiarLv 73 years ago
You're comparing apples to oranges here. Russia is positively massive. It houses the coldest towns on Earth, but also houses a lot of areas that are fairly mild year round. You could stuff the entirety of the UK along with Finland into Russia's borders a hundred times over
So all in all... Russia, I guess, since it does have areas that experience cold the likes you would never find in any European nation.
- 3 years ago
Some states of Russia are like a freezer